[Anglican Communion News Service] The Church of England’s Clewer Initiative is taking its fight against modern slavery into primary and secondary schools, with lesson plans, assembly guides and a fun song, which it is encouraging schools to sing as part of a national competition. The project is based on the premise that the tools to tackle modern slavery already exists in local communities, and that the church – present in all those communities – has the primary responsibility to lead the efforts to tackle it.
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